Which Sci-Fi Author Titled My New Album?

Which Sci-Fi Author Titled My New Album?

You decide!

My new album is coming out on September 18th and I don't have a title for it yet!

I decided to enlist the help of some of my author friends.  Each one of them looked at the artwork and track list and offered a title. 

Now I need your help.  Take a look at the titles below and choose your favorite:


Vote by writing your favorite title in the comments below, e-mailing me at 27summers@gmail.com or by sending me a message on Twitter or Facebook.  The title with the most votes will win!

By voting, you're also entering for a chance to win a digital copy of the album!  I'll randomly pick one of the entries from the comments, e-mails, tweets or facebook messages.  Good luck!


Chris F. Holm is a pulp writer whose work has appeared in such publications as Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, and THE BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES 2011. He’s been an Anthony Award nominee, a Derringer Award finalist, and a Spinetingler Award winner. His Collector novels, DEAD HARVEST and THE WRONG GOODBYE, recast the battle between heaven and hell as Golden Era crime pulp.

Paul S. Kemp: Fictioneer.  Latest novel is THE HAMMER AND THE BLADE, a sword and sorcery yarn featuring Egil and Nix, from Angry Robot Books.

Robert Jackson Bennett‘s 2010 debut Mr. Shivers won the Shirley Jackson award as well as the Sydney J Bounds Newcomer Award. His second novel, The Company Man, won a Special Citation of Excellence from the Philip K Dick Award, as well as an Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original. His third novel, The Troupe, is out now to wide acclaim.

Chuck Wendig is equal parts novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. He is the author of the novels DOUBLE DEAD, BLACKBIRDS, and MOCKINGBIRD. In addition, he's got a metric boatload of writing-related e-books available, including the popular 500 WAYS TO BE A BETTER WRITER. He currently lives in the wilds of Pennsyltucky with wife, dog, and newborn progeny.

Mur Lafferty is a 2012 Nominee for the John W. Campbell Award. She's the Podcaster and author of I Should Be Writing, Escape Pod, Playing For Keeps and The Afterlife Series.  

Karin Lowachee's first novel WARCHILD won the 2001 Warner Aspect First Novel Contest. Both WARCHILD (2002) and her third novel CAGEBIRD (2005) were finalists for the Philip K. Dick Award. CAGEBIRD won the Prix Aurora Award in 2006 for Best Long-Form Work in English and the Spectrum Award also in 2006. Her second novel BURNDIVE debuted at #7 on the Locus Bestseller List. Her current fantasy novel, THE GASLIGHT DOGS, was published through Orbit Books USA in April 2010.

As a secu­rity con­tractor, gov­ern­ment civilian and mil­i­tary officer, Myke Cole’s career has run the gamut from Coun­tert­er­rorism to Cyber War­fare to Fed­eral Law Enforce­ment. He’s done three tours in Iraq and was recalled to serve during the Deep­water Horizon oil spill.  His military fantasy novel, Control Point is available now through Ace.  Find out more about Myke at mykecole.com 

Matt Forbeck has been a full-time creator of award-winning games and fiction since 1989. He designs games and toys and writes novels, short stories, comic books, nonfiction, and computer games for dozens of companies. He has sixteen novels published to date, including the critically acclaimed Amortals. 

 
 




36 comments:

  1. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty)

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  2. Tricky.

    Music is Coming ft. George R.R. Martin Is Not Your Bitch and 19 Other Songs of Ice And Fire

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  3. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty)

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  4. There really is no contest. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty) it must be!

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  5. I like "Never Mind the Mynocks", personally, but it should have a tagline to be more true to the original Sex Pistols title. Something like "Never Mind the Mynocks, Here's the Sci-Fi Songster!"

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    1. Chris actually added that in his suggestion. It was supposed to read "Never Mind The Mynocks, Here's John Anealio!"

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  6. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty)

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  7. Lazer Zombie Robot Love.
    No question! :-D

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  8. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty)

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  9. Laser Zombie Robot Love is clearly the winner.

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  10. Music is Coming ft. George R.R. Martin Is Not Your Bitch and 19 Other Songs of Ice And Fire

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  11. I'm going with Laser Zombie Robot Love.

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  12. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty)

    Although Karin's is a close runner up.

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  13. Feverishly Moisturizing (by Mur Lafferty)

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  14. While Laser Zombie Robot Love is very tempting, as someone who listened to Classic Rock before the "Classic" tag came along BECAUSE I WAS ALIVE THEN, I think I have to go with Paul Kemp's suggestion, Genrephenia.

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  15. Oh I'm torn between Music is Coming, Laser Zombie Robot Love, and The Official Songbook of An Internet Bard....

    I think I'll go for Laser Zombie Robot Love

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    1. It is indeed a difficult choice. :-) Thanks for voting!

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  16. 'Laser Zombie Robot Love' is a very appealing title. But 'The Official Songbook of an Internet Bard' is the one that best describes you.

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  17. I say "Never Mind the Mynocks" because it's fun to say. It's short and has a bit of assonance. And the art looks like you might be shooting at mynocks. Second choice is "The Official Songbook of an Internet Bard" because even if it takes a bit longer to say, it's cool, and what else matters?.

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    1. I think "Never Mind the Mynocks" is a great title. I don't know why you have to call it a bit of an ass though. :-)

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  18. Laser Zombie Robot Love (by Chuck Wendig). Catchy, not too wordy and can be referred to in tweets as the LZRL album.

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  19. Got to be Geek Tunes. Bonus points if you can get a Carpathia song in there.

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  20. Never Mind the Mynocks!

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  21. The Official Songbook of An Internet Bard sounds lovely. Almost voted for Geek Tunes, because yay for simplicity! but the words "internet bard" just sound too awesome.

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  22. Laser Zombie Robot Love, followed closely by GeekStar/Geek Tunes (tied)

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  23. I'm voting for Laser Zombie Robot Love. The longer titles are too long, and the shorter ones don't grab me.

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